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Bronze pin fibulae and blade - Creswell

(Brooches or pins called fibulae were used to pin shut tunics and cloaks). Creswell Crags is a limestone gorge, through which flows Millward Brook, complete with caves and smaller fissures. Creswell Crags is one of the most important archaeological sites in Britain. It was used as a seasonal camp by Ice Age hunters over 45,000 years ago. Hunters came following herds of mammoth, reindeer, horse and…